#Day33 #365JosHappyDays – Japanese Menu Lucky Dip

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Well this was a fun game, I have pretty much no ability to read Japanese and in here on my own sooo…  Let’s play lucky dip!  It actually went pretty well, first off with my basic Japanese I could handle getting a beer, chips and some fried chicken. (biru, potaeto, tori.. really not that hard aye!) But the fun begun with pretty much calling the waitress over and pointing at random things on the menu,  smiling and nodding, then waiting eagerly to find out if what I’ve ordered is even edible!… First guess nope no edible,  but however was quite drinkable : a whiskey hill ball 🙂  OK so now I’ve established that page one is probably all drinks and over to page 2 where I upped my game and ordered a tomato salad, weirdly the most expensive thing I bought! Next up I saw 200yen with some downward writing n thought/hoped it was Sushi,  took a risk there as it was the cheapest thing on the page, could have been drinks again but I won that round wooohoo!

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So I came for the cheap beer (180yen = about £1!), but I stayed for the cute barmaid ahaha!
Everybody this is Yuee-chan 🙂

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I’m impressed with their cheep beer though, check out the machine that pours the perfect pint. It tips the glass so it runs so smooth without throff that they actually require a second nozzle to finish that puts the head on ha. 
Well done Japan..

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8 thoughts on “#Day33 #365JosHappyDays – Japanese Menu Lucky Dip

  1. Pingback: Luckiness confirmed | Joslins Adventure

  2. You did very well randomly picking. I miss Japanese Izakaya a lot.

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